Entertainment more confidence: Blackrock advises to China shares

09:15  30 november  2021
09:15  30 november  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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after a year-long trend in the area of ​​emerging markets, preferred to investors India investments against Chinese stocks, the mood is currently turning. The asset manager BlackRock is clearly more optimistic for investments in the Middle Reich.

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• Blackrock takes in India profits with

• more confidence for investments in China

• Monetary policy is likely to drive tech shares

The world's largest asset manager increasingly departs from Indian investments, In return, however, is clearly bullisher for course developments of Chinese title.

in India "Take profits"

Last year, Indian equities had outperformed, now the asset manager sees the opportunity to come in the region "to take profits". This comes out of a customer letter from Blackrock , reported on Bloomberg. After Broker had recently downgraded India shares and, among investors worry about an increasingly smaller liquidity, had worsened the mood against investments in India, it continues to say at Bloomberg. Added to this is the bad development of the largest IPO of the country. The Fintech PayTM was heavily hyped in the run-up to his IPO, but the IPO was then much worse than expected. Even the first course was $ 28.60 under the issue price, at the end of the first trading day, the PayTM share lost around 27 percent at the EBSE.

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writing off the region at Blackrock but not, but in the long term, investments in India are positive. A "continuous increase in stock exchanges" with opportunities, especially in India's technology and new economy sectors.

Switching money in China shares?

In view of the recent setbacks for shares in India, Belinda Boa, Head of Active Investments for Asia Pacific at Blackrock, is still a different region of Asia to visualize: China. In particular, growth shares are apparently worth a look for the expert, this opposite to show the asset manager now "positive", she is quoted by Bloomberg. "Reviews are crucial right now," says Boa.

In response to this knowledge, BlackRock has changed its portfolios to Asia. China shares are no longer valued with "underweight" but with "neutral", with Internet companies in the country reduced the underweight. "It's time to position yourself in the Chinese market," says Lucy Liu's briefing, a portfolio manager for global emerging markets. The expert refers to a possible surprise on economic growth, and also identifies signs of "soil education" for the Internet and real estate sector.

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